Eidul Azha is a time of joy, happiness, sharing and sacrifice. Therefore, it is always exciting to see how this amazing festival is celebrated throughout the world.
Here are a few snippets of Eidul Azha observed around the world:
Pakistani traders wait for customers to sell their livestock for the upcoming Eidul Azha festival in a market in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Muslims buy sheep in a bazaar in Linxia, in China’s Gansu Province.
Iranian Sunni Muslim men try to slaughter a camel on Eidul Azha in Siminshahr.
A young Indian Muslim boy smiles with a sacrificial goat on Eidul Azha in Allahabad, India.
A boy pulls a goat along at a livestock market in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Pakistani camel sellers wait for customers at a livestock in Lahore.
Two goats butt heads outside the Jama Masjid mosque in New Delhi, India.
Livestock in Jalalabad, Afghanistan.
A livestock market ahead of the sacrificial Eidul Azha festival in Karachi.
Camels are displayed for sale at a market, for the upcoming Muslim holiday of Eidul Azha, in Karachi, Pakistan.
A sheep is weighed at a market ahead of Eidul Azha festival in Srinagar, India.
An Egyptian child looks at animal parts displayed for sale at an open air butcher’s shop, in preparation for Eidul Azha at a sidewalk in Cairo, Egypt.
A Yemeni man carries a sheep at a livestock market in Sana’a ahead of Eidul Azha.
Muslims slaughter a bull after offering the Eidul Azha prayers in Karachi.
A camel is led behind a three-wheeled motorcycle after it was bought at a market to be sacrificed for Eidul Azha in Lahore, Pakistan.
A man carries a sacrificial sheep on a motorcycle in the Pakistani city of Lahore.
Men lead cows at a cattle market the day before Eidul Azha in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Sheep are seen inside a bus as they are taken to an animal market ahead of the Muslim holiday in Islamabad, Pakistan.
Sacrificial animals are on sale at a local market in Multan, Pakistan.
People get ready to slaughter a cow on the occasion of the Eidul Azha, outside a parliament building in Islamabad.
Eid Mubarak Everyone!